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A.S. Junior Pallacanestro Casale

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Leagues  Serie A2
Arena Capacity  3,508
President  Giancarlo Cerutti
League  Serie A2 Basket
Arena  PalaFerraris
Team colors  Red and Blue
Location  Casale Monferrato, Italy
Date founded  1956
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History  A. S. Junior Libertas Pallacanestro (1956–present)
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Associazione Sportiva Junior Pallacanestro Casale Monferrato, also known for sponsorship reasons as Novipiù Casale Monferrato is an Italian professional basketball team based in Casale Monferrato, Piedmont. It plays in the second division Serie A2 as of the 2015-16 season.

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History

Associazione Sportiva Junior Libertas Pallacanestro was founded in 1956 and took part in the regional Prima Divisione that same season. It reached the second division in less than ten years. Back in the fourth division Serie B2 in 2000-01, the club earned a promotion to the Serie B d'Eccellenza that season. Winning that league's cup in 2005, Junior was promoted to the second division LegaDue as well after beating Forlì in the playoff finals on 2 June 2005. The side would reach the promotion playoffs five times in the next six seasons, with two semifinal exits their best results until 2010-11 where they won the regular season before downing Reyer Venezia in the final to move up to the first division Serie A. The club would be relegated after one season, finishing last in 2011-12.

Notable players

  • Ronald Slay 1 season: '05-'06
  • Tiras Wade 1 season: '05-'06
  • Alex Bougaieff 1 season: '05-'06
  • Michael Johnson 1 season: '05-'06
  • Cameron Bennerman 1 season: '06-'07
  • Mindaugas Katelynas 1 season: '06-'07
  • Troy Bell 1 season: '07-'08
  • Zabian Dowdell 1 season: '08-'09
  • Otis George 2 seasons: '06-'08
  • Matteo Formenti 7 seasons: '02-'09
  • Bernd Volcic 1 season: '07-'08
  • Ricky Hickman 1 season: '10-'11
  • Povilas Butkevičius 2 season: '12-'13, '14-'15
  • Notable coaches

  • Marco Crespi 6 seasons: '06-'12
  • Sponsorship names

    Throughout the years, due to sponsorship deals, it has been also known as:

  • Krumiri Casale Monferrato (2003)
  • Bistefani Casale Monferrato (2003-2004)
  • Curtiriso Casale Monferrato (2005-2006)
  • Junior Casale Monferrato (2006-2007)
  • Fastweb Junior Casale (2007-2011)
  • Novipiù Casale Monferrato (2011–present)
  • References

    A.S. Junior Pallacanestro Casale Wikipedia


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